HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICS BOTTLE ROCKET PROJECT
Physics Water Bottle Rocket Competition
Event Description: Teams of two or three people will build a water bottle rocket that will stay in the air for a maximum amount of time. Specifications: Rockets are to be constructed from a 2-liter soda bottle. The soda bottle must remain intact. Additional materials such as
High school project - water bottle rocket | Physics Forums
Aug 16, 2007Greetings ladies and gentlemen, I'm a highschooler, currently involved with a project regarding water-bottle rockets. My goal is to measure the force output of various water-air ratios of a water-rocket through force-sensors, and from that determine the maximum height reached by the rocket..
How to make a Bottle Rocket - Full Water Bottle Rocket
Aug 15, 2018How to make a Bottle Rocket How do water bottle rockets work? As you pump air into the bottle the pressure inside the bottle builds up until the force of the air pushing on the water is enough to force the cork out of the end of the bottle. The water rushes out of the bottle in one direction whilst the bottle pushes back in the other.
Construction engineer killed after homemade bottle rocket
Apr 05, 2016Aspiring engineer, 18, killed after homemade bottle rocket he made for high school physics project explodes in his hands. Bernard Moon was killed holding the rocket in
Rocket Science: How High Can You Send a Payload?
In this science project, you will transform a water bottle into an aerodynamic bottle rocket with two compartments, one for the fuel and one for a payload. You will then test how well it performs when lifting mass vertically up into the air.[PDF]
Grades K–12 - NASA
rocket science. The activities were selected and organized around the target concepts of altitude, velocity and acceleration (i.e., height, distance and speed). The Adventures in Rocket Science Activity Matrix on page v organizes the activities by suggested grade level bands as well as target concepts. Examine the matrix for a grade level band
High School Rocket Project | Physics Forums
Mar 08, 2013I am a high school teacher attempting to give my students a project for designing a rocket powered by the chemical reaction between acetic acid and baking soda to produce CO2 gas. I have done some simple calculations based on stoichiometric amounts of
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